45-min session on ‘safe touch’New Delhi, August 22The North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has directed its schools to observe a “Child Safety Week” from September 9-14, during which children will be explained about the concept of a “safe touch”.
The NDMC is undertaking this initiative along with the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR).
A circular issued by the NDMC said a “Child Safety Week” be organised in all the schools run by the civic body from September 9-14.
“To ensure successful completion of the Safety Week, all heads of schools are directed to make sure that the safety committees in each school undertake a ‘Monthly Safety Walk’ during the week,” the circular said.
The NDMC has divided the schools into various zones and five schools from each zone will be issued appreciation letters depending upon the independent observation of officials.
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